More often or not, new game updates result in many issues that could prevent players at the inial start, including the latest Call of Duty Season 5 launch. So, if you are currently experiencing the Warzone Server Disconnected error, we’ll provide you with a few tips and tricks to help you fix the problem.
How To Fix Warzone Server Disconnected Error
Because Warzone has recently received the Season 5 update, there will undoubtedly be high volumes of traffic in its beginning stages, causing issues like the Server Disconnected error. Here is a list of things you can do to potentially get you back in the game:
- Restart Warzone
- Restart your modem/router
- Check the server status on Down Detector (You’ll possibly need to wait until Raven Software updates the game)
- PC users: Check your computer’s firewall
If you are a PC user, your firewall may be restricting you from accessing the game, and the only way to solve this problem is by adjusting your connection for Call of Duty:
- Search for Windows Defender Firewall on the Start menu.
- Go to Advanced Settings and click on Outbound Rules.
- Click on Call of Duty Modern Warfare and press the Properties option.
- Once you finish all these steps, you must press ‘Allow Connection.’
Those still experiencing issues may need to wait until Raven Software addresses the problem, and you can check out any updates from them on their official Twitter.
Hopefully, this guide helps you fix the Warzone Server Disconnected error to get you started in the newest season. For more Call of Duty content, you can explore the relevant links below and all COD Vanguard Season 5 Battle Pass rewards.
- Call of Duty Warzone 2 & Modern Warfare 2 Season 01 Patch Notes Released
- Gear Up Soldiers, Call of Duty Warzone 2 Has Dropped Early
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0 Season 1 Introduce New Battle Pass System
- 10 Call of Duty Gift Ideas for the CoD Mega-Fan in Your Life
- Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 and MW2 Season 01 Detailed Ahead of Release Next Week